"We’re going to go right at OPEC," she said. "They can no longer be a cartel, a monopoly that get together once every couple of months" at a hotel in "some plush place in the world" to set prices, she told a crowd a volunteer fire house in Merillville.
I can't wait to hear how she plans to do that. I have an idea - how about more drilling and refineries here at home. Oops, sorry, she can't do that and keep the enviro-kooks happy. My bad.
I couldn't be more gleeful about the recent elections in England and Wales last week. According to Freddy Gray at the American Spectator, the recent local elections are not a reliable indicator of what will happen in a national election, but it's good news nonetheless. Seeing Gordon Brown politically injured sure is fun.
Conservatives are gaining a lot of ground across the pond. Could it be that our European friends are coming to the realization that liberal policies don't work?